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A hamlet is a small human settlement which is typically situated in a rural location. Broadly, it is a settlement that has no central place of worship (i.e. a church) and no central meeting point for its residents (i.e. a village hall). It is the lack of these features that differentiates a hamlet from a village, as well as it generally being of a smaller size.
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